Vecinii UE din est

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Activitățile CESE cu privire la vecinii din est implică Armenia, Azerbaidjan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova și Ucraina. Obiectivul principal al CESE cu privire la vecinii din Europa de Est este de a consolida relațiile cu organizațiile societății civile din regiune și de a le implica într-un dialog cu factorii de decizie la nivel național și cu societatea civilă organizată din UE.

Principalele mecanisme de cooperare cu Georgia, Moldova și Ucraina sunt platformele societății civile, care completează organismele politice existente în cadrul acordurilor de asociere ale UE cu aceste țări. Platformele permit organizațiilor societății civile atât din partea UE, cât și din partea țărilor partenere, să monitorizeze procesul de punere în aplicare și să-și elaboreze recomandările pentru autoritățile relevante.

Din partea UE, aceste platforme cuprind membri ai CESE și reprezentanți ai marilor rețele ale societății civile europene. Din partea țărilor partenere, acestea reprezintă un spectru larg de organizații ale societății civile. Calitatea de membru al platformelor se bazează pe o reprezentare echilibrată a tuturor grupurilor de interese (organizații ale angajatorilor, sindicate și diferite grupuri de interese).

În cadrul CESE, Comitetul de monitorizare pentru vecinii UE din est a fost înființat în 2004, ca organism specific responsabil pentru relațiile cu societatea civilă din țările din vecinătatea estică. Comitetul de monitorizare se reunește de obicei de patru ori pe an, iar membrii săi iau parte în mod activ la activitățile Parteneriatului estic, precum platformele multilaterale ale acestuia și Forumul societății civile din cadrul Parteneriatului estic.


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    The European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) hosted a high-level conference on 5 September to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Eastern Partnership.

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    Georgia has the best track record in freedom of media among the Eastern Partnership countries, but nevertheless sustained efforts are called for in order to raise the standard of journalistic quality, objectivity and ethics, as well as secure their independence and sources of financing. This was one of the main messages of the EU-Georgia Civil Society Platform (CSP)'s second meeting held on 16th February at the EESC. The Platform also made recommendations for the Georgian government to ...

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    The 1st and inaugural meeting of the EU-Georgia Civil Society Platform (CSP) was held on 16th June 2016 in Tbilisi and was co-chaired by Andrzej Adamczyk, member of the EESC, and Kakha Gogolashvili, chairman of the Georgian National Platform at the Eastern Partnership Civil Society Forum. The participants in the first CSP meeting adopted a joint declaration, assessing the state of play of the EU-Georgia Association Agreement's implementation and acknowledging the considerable progress achieved by Georgia since the beginning of the Association process. Nevertheless, they called ...

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